The Extraordinary Book that Makes You Feel Happy

(Kid's Activity Books, Books About Feelings, Books about Self-Esteem)

Written By: Poppy O’Neill, Wynne Kinder, Caribay M. Benavides
$16.99
A book for every child, with a toolkit of projects, ideas, and activities that can help each individual to feel positive, confident, focused, calm, relaxed, inclusive, and included; to build resilience to big, overwhelming feelings; and to feel connected to themselves as well as others.
 
Created by experts, every page includes a project to cut out, make, keep, cherish, give, or share. And there is a special pocket of happiness at the back to store them in.

30+ ACTIVITIES: Dozens of creative projects and activities to help children develop contentment, confidence, resilience, and empathy.

DEVELOP SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: Includes projects carefully designed by developmental experts to explain and explore complex feelings in ways kids can understand.

PRACTICE HAPPY HABITS: Includes suggestions for how to cultivate mindful breathing, relaxation, and other habits to create calm and concentration.
Format: Hardbound
Publication Date: 4/26/2022
ISBN: 9781681887388
Pages: 64
Trim Size: 8.125 x 10.75

  • About the Author 
  • Press
Poppy O’Neill, Author: Poppy O’Neill has written several books on mental health and emotional well-being for children and adults, including the best-sellers Don’t Worry, Be Happy and You’re a Star. She has an MA in creative writing from the University of Chichester, where she won the Kate Betts Memorial Prize.

Wynne Kinder, Foreword: Wynne Kinder M. Ed. is an educator and author. She has spent eighteen years creating, training, and integrating mindfulness, choice-based, trauma-informed practices, re-regulation processes, and social emotional skills into PreK-12+, graduate classrooms, schools, and teacher training.

Caribay M. Benavides, Illustrator: Based in the vibrant city of Buenos Aires, Caribay M. Benavides is an artist who thrives on joyous, lively artwork with a folksy hint of the surreal and plenty of big, bold color. She illustrates in a style that’s highly individual and puts the emphasis on fun in her own, unique, exuberant way.

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